Groundwater Modeller

Mott MacDonald
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Position Type: 
Full-Time
Organization Type: 
Private Sector
Experience Level: 
Not Specified
Degree Required: 
Advanced Degree (Master's or JD)
Apply By: 
9 April 2019
50 days remaining

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Job Description

You will provide vital inputs on groundwater modelling and other numerical / data-driven projects. These inputs will include data analysis and manipulation, as well as construction, calibration and processing of groundwater and contaminant transport models (principally MODFLOW and MT3D) for a variety of clients and purposes.

You will also provide support to the wider team - mentoring more junior staff to aid their professional development, and checking other colleagues' work. In turn, you will be provided with all appropriate training and mentorship to assist you in developing your career in the way that best suits your skills and aspirations.

Candidate Specification

  • MSc in hydrogeology, water resources, or similar discipline
  • Proficient in the use of groundwater modelling packages (eg: MODFLOW) and UK regional groundwater models
  • Programming knowledge (VBA, Python, or other)
  • Quantitative, organised, and with good attention to detail
  • Experience in using GIS packages would be advantageous

Job Profile

The impacts of climate change and ever-increasing population growth mean that aquifers will constitute the most viable water reserve for our future. Knowing how to manage these resources efficiently and sustainably is essential, and we are an internationally recognised centre of excellence in groundwater development and management, having been responsible for some of the largest groundwater projects in the world.

Demand for our services continues to grow, and we are looking for a talented groundwater modeller to join our core water resources team in Cambridge. This role can be offered on either a full-time or a part-time basis.

We are an equal opportunities employer, and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate, and take positive steps to ensure an inclusive working environment.